How to CONTROL the Viewer's EYES in Landscape Photography
As photographers, we can sometimes be so drowned in our vision that we forget a crucial detail. Photography is not just pointing and shooting; it is an art. Like every great art, there must be a meaning to it. But that is just one aspect of great art. The other aspect is that the art, the photograph, should include the viewer. And the best way to do that is to guide the viewer’s eyes. Take a look at this informational video which discusses how to control the viewer’s eyes in landscape photography.
Coming to you from Christian Irmler, this video will show you how to control the viewer’s eyes in landscape photography. He talks about the three phases of entrancing a viewer in your clicks. The first phase, the easier one, deals with grabbing the viewer’s attention. According to Christian, this phase shows the ‘Impact’ of your photograph and can be executed in multiple ways. For instance, using outstanding subjects, conditions, composition, or high contrast can help you excel in this phase. However, the real challenge comes after this phase.
Check out the video above to find what the other two phases are and how you can use them to make your images more memorable.back to the overview